Pangea Worldwide

Why you need GRO service in Saudi Arabia?

To run a business in Saudi Arabia, Government processes are an essential part which sometimes get complex. Our GRO experts in the area have an extensive understanding of Saudi Arabia’s labor laws, visa, and licensing protocols – helping you to navigate government agencies easily, saving you time and money on your usual GRO cost.

Our Government Relations Officer provide a wide range of services including;

Block Visa

We provide assistance to help companies or individuals with Visa authorization and sponsorship in accordance with local rules and regulations. The work visa application process typically involves submitting various documents, including a passport, employment contract, educational certificates, and a medical report.

Residency (Iqama)

We can help you with getting an Iqama, which is your official ID document as a foreigner in Saudi Arabia. Having the Iqama is very useful; it allows you to sign rental agreements, enter government buildings, and even get your first Saudi SIM card for communication. Remember that you must apply for your Iqama within 90 days of entering the Kingdom.

Letter of Invitation

A well-written and properly formatted letter of invitation can help to support the visa application. We provide guidance to process your letter of invitation to Kingdom issued by a Saudi Arabian host to visit the country for a specific purpose, such as attending a business meeting, conference, or cultural event.

The letter should include details such as the purpose of the visit, the duration of the stay, the name and contact information of the sponsor, and any other relevant information.

Passport Renewals

We guide you through necessary procedures and act as your representative for passport renewal when dealing with government authority. The processing time for passport renewal may take up to 3-5 business days, and the renewed passport will be sent to you through your selected delivery method. It is important to renew your passport before it expires to avoid any inconvenience and to ensure that you have a valid travel document.